Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Iker Ayestaran: On the Line

Iker Ayestaran illustrated this dynamic poster for On the Line, a short film set in Southern California.

Joe Wilson: Crabtree & EvelynPackaging

Joe Wilson’s crystalline line illustration style is a perfect match for this lovely Crabtree & Evelyn packaging.  His simple floral drawing adorns their latest line of fragrances and creams, “English Honey and Peach Blossom.” 

Jean-Manuel Duvivier: Children’s Hospital Mural

Jean-Manuel Duvivier created this lively mural for the new Oncology Department at Emma’s Children’s Hospital AMC in Amsterdam.

Julie Dillon: Imagined Realms

Julie Dillon is running a kickstarter campaign to fund the first issue of what is to be an annual publication, Imagined Realms. The Hugo Award nominated illustrator focuses on positive and diverse representations of women in fantasy and science fiction.

Brian Stauffer: The N Word

Brian Stauffer illustrated "The Word That Killed Our Friendship," an article about the irreparable damage inflicted on a treasured friendship when the "N word" was spoken, for Readers Digest.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Joyce Hesselberth: Tasting More Than Four

Joyce Hesselberth’s illustration for Science Times in the NY Times accompanies an article about newly established flavors beyond sweet, salty, sour and bitter.  Fatty and soapy, anyone?

Ken Orvidas: Probiotic Logic

Ken Orvidas illustrates an article analyzing the truth and myths surrounding the health benefits of probiotics for the New York Times Science Times section.

James Yang: Pickin’ It Old-School

James Yang totally brings it for this illustration in the Wall Street Journal that accompanied an article about a trend among CEO’s to pick successors from their alma mater.

Chi Birmingham: On the Road for a Year

Chi Birmingham marks his one-year anniversary illustrating the weekly Business travel column for the New York Times. Below, two for the road on the grim topics of phone bombers and corporate liability issues:

Rob Dobi: Pro-Russian Rebels

Rob Dobi responds to the news cycle with this illustration about pro-Russian rebels making access to the MH17 Ukrainian crash site difficult.